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Clyde Cemetery
Walla Walla County, Washington

Sec 30 T11N R35E

Contributed by Rella Gleaton Mar 12, 2001, last edited Jun 26, 2012 [rella@ultraplix.com]. Total records = 12.

Clyde Cemetery is located Northwest of Walla Walla. From Walla Walla drive North on Hwy 125 to Prescott. Turn left onto Hwy 124, drive about 7 miles, then turn right on Ayer Road driving approximately 9 miles. At Clyde, turn West on Lower Monumental Road going 1/4 mile. The cemetery is visible on the top of a hill in a wheat field.

About one acre in size, it is overgrown with weeds, has a broken down barbed wire fence and several large old locust trees. Most of the graves recorded are on the North side of the cemetery. The McCulloch graves are in a fenced family plot. Walked and read by Rella and Jim Gleaton on a cold Dec 23, 1999. Transcribed by Rella Faris Gleaton.

Key: w/o, d. wife of
d/o, d. daughter of
s/o, d. son of

Estes, Irena, d. Nov. 15, 1888, Age 74
Estes, John R., d. Feb. 10, 1882, Age 37
Estes, Thomas, d. Nov. 18, 1886, Age 87
Harkins, Walter L., d. Jun 16, 1888, 1 yr 11 mo 16 dy, s/o George & S.M.
La Clair, Gladys, b. Nov. 23, 1902, d. Jun 03, 1907, d/o D.L. & F.M
Mcculloch, Elzie H., d. Jan. 26, 1889, 8 yr 9 mo 23 dy, s/o Laura & A.J.
Mcculloch, Jimmie A., d. Jan. 18, 1889, 3 yr 4 mo 5 dy, s/o Laura & A.J.
Mcculloch, Josie, d. Apr. 29, 1887, 13 yr 10 mo 21 dy, d/o Laura & A.J.
Mcculloch, Walter L., b. Dec. 29, 1896, d. Aug. 21, 1900, s/o Laura & A.J.
Mcculloch, Willie E., d. Jan. 17, 1889, 6 yr 11 mo 27 dy, s/o Laura & A.J.
Smith, Robert Major, b. 1832 Tennessee, d. 1898 Clyde, Wa.
Tonseth, Elie, b. Nov. 24, 1840, d. Nov. 22, 1905, w/o P.T. Tonseth

Two wooden markers that are unreadable.

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